But the property? Andhra Pradesh government has estimated the loss from the recent Cyclone Hudhud to be Rs 14,840.63 crore.
The highest loss was in the housing sector - Rs 3,236.32 crore - while the power sector faced a loss of Rs 683.18 crore, reported media.
According to reports, Andhra government has declared that they will require an amount of Rs 1,612.72 crore for permanent restoration.
Agriculture sector loss was Rs 947 crore and Horticulture sector loss, Rs 1,339.23 crore. The loss to Animal Husbandry department was Rs 32.88 crore, Fisheries Rs 67.44 crore, Sericulture department Rs 1.73 crore and Handlooms and Textiles Rs 0.16 crore.
The loss to Roads and Building department was Rs 608.29 crore, Rural Water Supply Rs 19.13 crore, Irrigation department Rs 232.57 crore, Panchayat Raj Rs 495.18 crore, Municipal Administration Rs 2621.56 crore, Power sector Rs 683.18 crore, School Education department Rs 3.17 crore, Internal Grama Panchayat roads Rs 410 crore, BC Welfare department Rs 40.87 crore and Forest department Rs 115 crore.
The highest loss was to the Housing Sector at Rs 3236.32 crore.
The report stated that Rs 319.72 crore was needed for the distribution of essential commodities for the cyclone victims.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced Rs 1,000 crore assistance during his visit to Visakhapatnam after the cyclone.